UAE Businessmen to Study Investment Environment in Georgia

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates – Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili met with Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed al-Nahyan of Abu Dhabi to discuss deepening trade and economic relations between the countries.

During the meeting it was decided that a special group will visit Georgia from United Arab Emirates to study particular investment fields.

According to a statement released by the prime minister’s office, Kvirikashvili briefed al-Nahyan about Georgia’s business environment and the country’s investment potential. He noted that the Georgian government offers investors a free, competitive and stable environment to do business.

Al-Nahyan said investors from Abu Dhabi and many of the other emirates have a keen interested in investing in Georgia.

“We discussed our relations and specific future business projects. There were some very interesting meetings with representatives of the UAE’s Cabinet of Ministers and various businessmen from both countries. I’m completely certain that in the near future the Emirates will heavily invest in several sectors of Georgia’s economy. We also plan to boost our exports to the UAE,” said Kvirikashvili.

Kvirikashvili’s visit to Abu Dhabi included attending the three-day Annual Investment Meeting (AIM) of the Global Forum for Investment and Strategic Networking. He addressed the plenary session of the annual Global Leaders Debate on Monday to highlight the country’s progress towards becoming a world leader for foreign investments.

By Ana Akhalaia
Edited by Nicholas Waller

13 April 2016 19:16